MyPay E-Mail PINs Now Available to Navy Members
American Forces Press Service
ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 31, 2004 Sailors are now able to receive personal identification numbers for myPay, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service's system to manage individual pay accounts, at their official Navy e-mail account.
Within minutes of requesting a new or updated PIN on the myPay Web site, members can expect to receive the PIN at their official Navy e-mail address if it was provided when they received their Common Access Card, DFAS officials said..
MyPay, an Internet/Web-based and interactive voice response system, allows customers to access and control their pay information. MyPay is available to all military members, military retirees and annuitants, and Defense and Energy department civilian employees.
The e-mail PIN delivery process is a simpler, faster alternative to the direct mail and in-person request methods previously available, officials said. This capability is especially timely as more commanders, members and employees are realizing the benefits of accessing myPay from remote and deployed sites.
Customers can view, print and save leave and earnings statements, make adjustments to federal and state tax withholdings, update bank accounts and electronic transfers, and change address information, all online by accessing myPay.
(Courtesy of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service.)